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If they succeed, the former president and his backers could pull down some of the guardrails that prevented him from overturning President Biden’s victory, critics say.
A nurse tends to a patient in a Kabul hospital that has run out of critical supplies like dressings and insulin following the near halt in aid to Afghanistan. (Susannah George/The Post)
A U.N. program supporting health clinics could provide a model for injecting cash into the economy while bypassing the interim Taliban government.
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Experts say it is unlikely that the nation’s top court would take up the petition given the highly unusual circumstances that led to Bill Cosby being released.
The ruling by District Judge Matthew T. Schelp, a Trump appointee, is another legal blow to efforts to combat the pandemic by increasing vaccination rates through mandates and requirements.
Daunte Wright’s relatives attend a demonstration against police brutality on May 24 in St. Paul, Minn. (AP)
Kim Potter, who was subsequently fired, is charged with first- and second-degree manslaughter in the April shooting.
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The prosecutor described “horrific abuse” of victims, while the defense attorney questioned the accounts.
Charles Peacock sits in his car outside the Volusia County Schools DeLand Administrative Complex in DeLand, Fla., on Nov. 24. (Phelan M. Ebenhack for The Post)
A paraprofessional educator in Florida is one of millions of Americans living above the federal poverty line but scrambling to pay for necessities.
Agencies will continue to counsel, but not suspend or fire, federal employees who have not yet complied with the vaccine mandate until at least early next year, the White House has told unions.
In a tweet, Dorsey said he was resigning. CTO Parag Agrawal will take over as CEO. Nasdaq earlier suspended Twitter stock trades amid the reports Dorsey would step down.
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Israeli is heightening restrictions on cyber vendors amid international pressure.